The most powerful way to give your gut a spring cleaning
Deep cleaning promotes deep healing, and it only takes three steps:
To start repairing the gut microbiome, eliminate processed and toxic foods, gluten, and harmful oils. EcoOxyZyme goes a step further to help detoxify biofilms where virulent pathogens like yeast, viruses, parasites, and bacteria are hiding.
Vitality SuperGreen and our Probiotic Protein Shake with four strains of bacillus bacteria have been formulated to help heal the gut lining, and both are great in smoothies too! Bone broths have also become popular to help heal the gut lining.
Here’s where we shine! Diversity is key. Our Probiotic Protein Shake, our starters, for making kefir and cultured vegetables and our Probiotic Power Shots & Mixers all replenish and maintain the diversity of beneficial bacteria in your gut.
The ultimate deep cleaning formula
Everything you need to know about our powerful new enzyme blend: EcoOxyZyme™
- Seasonal cleanse.
EcoOxyZyme™ can be a powerful tool during an intestinal detox 2 to 3 times a year.
- Everyday use.
Those seeking intestinal regularity and a heightened immune system may benefit from taking a maintenance dose of 1 to 2 capsules a day.
- Immunity booster.
Taking a preventative dose of 2 to 3 capsules a day during cold and flu season may also be great for preventing harmful biofilms. Enzymes bound with magnesium and ozone give it laxative properties. A cleaner colon means a heartier, more robust immune system!
Start low, go slow. Personal dosage varies. Remember Body Ecology’s Principle of Uniqueness and adjust as necessary.
As always, it’s important to gauge your body’s sensitivity and never exceed the advised dosage on the bottle. The suggested dose for a 3-day or week-long cleanse is around 4 to 10 capsules per day in divided amounts. Please note: You are very unique. If you feel a lot of gurgling but are not eliminating an enema or mild laxative is recommended.
Magnesium + Oxygen = Your Go-To Daily Intestinal Maintenance
If you’re suffering from chronic or unresolved digestive problems, EcoOxyZyme was designed to help. Naturally break down the biofilms that could be holding you back from creating a healthy microbiome. Click below to take the first step toward internal healing.
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